Where Are The Happiest Cities To Work?

March 14, 2016

Nobody really loves going to work, right? Well, according to the folks at the job-search site Indeed, people who live in Los Angeles are more likely to say they they do.

L.A. topped the site's list of cities with the happiest workers, edging out Miami and San Diego. In all, five of the 10 happiest cities in the U.S. are in the Golden State, which might have something to do with the weather – or having Disneyland right around the corner.

On the other end of the spectrum, Denver workers had the gloomiest view of the world. The second-saddest city in the country? Indianapolis, followed by Louisville, Kentucky. The full lists are below. (Refinery 29)

Happiest Cities For Workers:

  1. Los Angeles
  2. Miami
  3. San Diego
  4. Providence
  5. San Francisco
  6. New Orleans
  7. Washington, D.C.
  8. Boston
  9. Riverside, California
  10. San Jose, California

Least Happy Cities For Workers:

  1. Denver
  2. Indianapolis
  3. Louisville
  4. Pittsburgh
  5. Richmond, Virginia
  6. Cincinnati
  7. Salt Lake City
  8. Charlotte, N.C.
  9. Oklahoma City
  10. Nashville